The president of the New York Yankees baseball franchise, Randy Levine, has joined the board of directors of AC Milan, announced this Saturday the defending champion of the Italian Serie A.
Levine’s arrival on the board of directors of the Italian club is a new stage of sponsorship between the American Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise and the seven-time champion of Champions League.
The baseball franchise has a minority stake in AC Milan since the club was bought last August by American investment fund Redbird.
Levine took charge of the Yankees in 2000, who later won the World Series in 2009.
AC Milan, who won their 19th Serie A title last year and their first since 2011, are currently second in Serie A, 12 points behind leaders Napoli, before traveling to Lazio on Tuesday.
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— AC Milan (@acmilan) January 21, 2023
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